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,000. assemblyman is door hall's hybrid cost $2,500 to fix, and former assemblyman tony mendoza hadill on a $2,300 bill on his . messages to all of them were not returned and doesn't appear anything illegal happened. but dutton used his campaign funds for the purchase sparked an investigation. >> definitely take a look at it like we do all allegations and make sure the ethics rules were complied with. >> a senate source says the analysis is up fair because all lawmakers who had state vehicles were responsible for making sure the cars are safe and maintained, and the few who did buy back their cars paidom the . sill it fruftz average californians. >> the voters take a look at the way legislature is speeppedzing money and wand to see improvement. >> san francisco's cable cars are running again after a series of problems forced closures yesterday and this morning. service was shut down friday, and after repairs were made to the table, service resumed this morning. then around 8:30 the power lines ben don't temp the mta blames equipment issues for both disruptions. >> still to come, fighting for h
,000. assemblyman is door hall's hybrid cost $2,500 to fix, and former assemblyman tony mendoza had a $2,300 bill on his hybrid. messages to all of them were not returned and doesn't appear anything illegal happened. but dutton used his campaign funds for the purchase sparked an investigation. >> definitely take a look at it like we do all allegations and make sure the ethics rules were complied with. >> a senate source says the analysis is up fair because all lawmakers who had state vehicles were responsible for making sure the cars are safe and maintained, and the few who did buy back their cars paid extra from the premium condition. sill it fruftz average californians. >> the voters take a look at the way the legislature is speeppedzing money and wand to see improvement. >> san francisco's cable cars are running again after a series of problems forced closures yesterday and this morning. service was shut down friday, and after repairs were made to the table, service resumed this morning. then around 8:30 the power lines ben don't temp the mta blames equipment issues for both disruptions. >> st
hit in the head with a baseball bat. specialist mendoza was shot and killed. he was our platoon medic. most people were getting shot in some way shape or form. as i moved forward to find where he was so i could link up with him, so he could be accountable for all of our people. he wasn't where i expected him to be, so i saw two -- whatever you want to call them, i'm going to call them bad guys carrying sergeant brennen away, and we did what we were trained to do. i eliminat the threat to the best of my ability. i killed one on the spot, the other bad guy jumped off the side of the cliff. i had the ability to grab him and run back the direction we came. it was a bad spot to be. as i ran back, i started to perform first aid on sergeant brennen. he was shot several times, he had shrapnel wounds on his body. i had the freedom to assess the situation. sergeant brennan -- i'm sorry, sergeant golardo and the rest of the first platoon were taking the brunt of the fire. that's what makes that bittersweet feeling, because so many people did so much more than i ever thought about doing, i was ju
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